Feel Like A Stranger
Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo ->
Queen Jane Approximately
Easy To Love You
Brown Eyed Women
Let It Grow
Foolish Heart ->
Looks Like Rain ->
He's Gone ->
The Last Time ->
The Other One ->
Death Don't Have No Mercy ->
Around And Around ->
Black Muddy River
This is a matrix, done by hansokolow in ProTools, of the following sources:
Cdr > Eac > cool edit pro > cdwav > shntool > shnv3
Discs kindly provided by Andy Lemieux
Eac > shn by Ernie Dodd
This seed is an upgrade because it is the master sbd cassette. The hiss
present on shnid=12198 is not on this seed and suggests a later generation
for that seed.There is one very minor digi spot at 3:16 in space but
otherwise flawless. Enjoy!!
Nak 300's/cp 4's > *Marantz PMD420 > dat > cdr
Taped by Alan Wallace
**eac > cdwave > mkwact
Discs provided by Kevin Gills, shn by Doug Nawrocki
* this is an analog deck so the lineage is:
**range extracted at 100% for retracking
April 2, 2014 Subject:
Thanks to the Wharf Rats!
I attended this run of shows. The first night was just average in my opinion. However, the second night when we got to the venue our Wharf Rat buddy had heard the soundcheck and reported happily that they had played a "Death Don't Have No Mercy"! We were jazzed about that and totally looking for it. The moment when people realized what a treat we were getting that night right there was beautiful. It was a good show. Nice mix of songs and good playing.
Set 1 - That Half-Step > Weight is the goods - they just glide soooo gently into the latter - could have been a natural medley if they kept at it, but then this show wouldn't be so unique. But 'Easy to Love You'? Meh...
Set 2 - why oh why is Foolish Heart so damned *cool*? Very little in Dead lore gives me more pleasure than when I hear Jerry open a set with this tune so heartfelt, rainbow-beautiful, and strong; LLR has perhaps the most powerfully-utilized 'thunder machine' from Mickey I've heard. Odd pre-drums; post-Space works even better. Lots of tunes in this show are group efforts - Brent in particular is key.
A great matrix of a great show - totally satisfying.
Reviewer:Dylan M -
March 21, 2012 Subject:
Only 1st Set 'The Weight'?
I Think so... Great setlist, great show.
Thanks for the upgrade. Matrix sound cleans up the flaws that the raw SBD sources otherwise are maimed by. So cool that these tapes are being restored to their best possible status.